NCSD’s Casper Planetarium Invites you to Wyoming Observe the Moon Night!

The Casper Planetarium is Wyoming's oldest planetarium and has been in continuous operation since 1966. Sporting the latest digital planetarium technology from Digitalis Education Solutions the planetarium is Casper's virtual starship and time machine.


The Casper Planetarium cordially invites you to join us for a night of observations of the moon at Wyoming Observe the Moon night on Saturday, September 11th, 2021, from 6:30 TO 8:30 PM. 

As a part of the Natrona County School District, the Casper Planetarium's primary focus is the support of the K-12 curriculum standards in science. NCSD school groups can visit planetarium staff supports classroom curriculum with shows, lessons, and specifically designed to meet their grade level standards

Wyoming Observe the Moon Night Activities Will Include: 

  • Telescope observing on the lawn of the planetarium (weather permitting)
  • Fulldome planetarium show every 30 minutes
  • Moon theme activities such as craters, regolith, lunar footprints and more
  • Face Painting

All activities are free and kid friendly.  

Join us as we celebrate the Earth’s nearest celestial neighbor, the moon.

For more information about the Casper Planetarium, please contact Rod Kennedy, Amber French, or Shae Aagard by calling 307-577-0310 or visiting, and clicking on Casper Planetarium under Student/Parent Programs.